The State Auditor’s office has released the 2016 Audit Report for Greene County.
According to State Auditor Mary Mosiman, Greene County saw revenues of $19,034,804 for the fiscal year ending on June 30th, which is up $367,000 from the 2015 fiscal year. Tax credits from the state totaled $1,585,241, along with forwarded tax revenues of $13,861,861 to the townships, school districts, cities and other taxing bodies in the county.
The expenses for the County for the end of the 2016 fiscal year on June 30th is $11,598,918, which is a 9.4 percent increase from 2015. This includes $5,342,676 for roads and transportation, $1,514,709 for public safety and legal services and $1,613,910 for administration.
The county retained $5,172,943 of its revenues to finance its operations which saw an increase of 1.3 percent from 2015. Other revenues includes charges for services of $1,384,019; operating grants, contributions and restricted interest of $4,127,876; capital grants, contributions and restricted interest of $876,705; local option sales and services tax of $428,566; gaming tax of $130,333; unrestricted investment earnings of $11,509 and other general revenues of $229,347.
For a full report of the County’s audit, click the link below.